“Is she coming, too?”

“I don’t know. She didn’t tell me.”

“You said that you talked to her.”

“Yes, I talked to her, but she didn’t tell me. You can ask her yourself. She will be here later today.”

“I know. Peter is coming, too.”

“Really? I didn’t know that. Do you know when exactly?”

“I’m not sure. They should come by five o’clock. The meeting starts at 5:30 and they always come earlier.”

“Good. I’m looking forward to seeing them again. Who is giving the presentation?”

“I’m not sure, but I think it will be someone from the sales department.”

“Again? They gave the presentation last time.”

“I know… Don’t ask me why.”

“I hope that it won’t take long. I don’t feel like sitting there until 8 o’clock.”

“They said that we should not make any plans for the evening.”

“Well, they didn’t tell me anything.”

“OK. Now you know.”


look forward to – tešiť sa na

feel like (doing) – chcieť sa, mať náladu na niečo

(I don’t feel like sitting there = nechce sa mi tam sedieť)

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